Now that Jake (Chris Zylka) has boated off into the great unknown (a trip up Dawson’s Creek, perhaps?), Cassie (Britt Robertson) is down a studly boyfriend. So who else to turn to but her original manwitch, the dazed and confused Adam (Thomas Dekker)!
In Episode 10, Cassie feels plagued by the fact that she’s related to John Blackwell, so she turns to Adam for a scrawny shoulder to cry on. Cassie doesn’t want her family history to be revealed to the rest of the Circle, especially Diana (Shelley Hennig), so good thing Lady Di’s too busy with her Grandma to care about Cassie’s daddy issues!
Grandma Kate is in town for a visit, but Charles (Gale Harold) thinks she has something up her wizarding robes, especially after she takes an interest in Cassie. Sigh, is there any middle aged person in this show who isn’t obsessed with this gal? We get it: Ya’lls knew her mom.
Meanwhile, Faye (Phoebe Tonkin) is up to no good as usual and meets a mysterious new manwitch named Lee. He helps Faye cast a spell that will alter the power dynamic in the Circle, presumably giving her the upper hand over Cassie. Ha! Little does Faye know Cassie has the blood of Voldemort coursing through her veins.
Check out the full synopsis below:
CASSIE REVEALS HER DEEPEST SECRET YET; STEFANIE KRAMER (“HUNTER”) AND GREY DAMON (“FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS”) GUEST STAR — Cassie (Britt Robertson) turns to Adam (Thomas Dekker) when she uncovers a secret about herself that she needs kept from the rest of the Circle, including Diana (Shelley Hennig). Meanwhile, Diana is thrilled when her grandmother Kate (guest star Stefanie Kramer, “Hunter”) drops in for a visit, but Charles (Gale Harold) is suspicious of his mother’s motives after Kate takes an unusual interest in Cassie. Meanwhile, Faye (Phoebe Tonkin) recruits a mysterious stranger named Lee (guest star Grey Damon, “Friday Night Lights”) to help her with a spell that could change the balance of the Circle forever. Jessica Parker Kennedy and Natasha Henstridge also star. Chris Grismer directed the episode written by David Ehrman (#110).
Source: CW Press Release